New Music Video "My Fire" from Kimberly Davis of Chic Featuring Nile Rodgers and Producer

From Left to Right Kimberly Davis, Tony Moran, Nile Rodgers at Factory Underground, Norwalk, CT

Factory Underground was proud to welcome DJ Producer Tony Moran this past month, in Norwalk, CT to shoot a music video for his new song “My Fire,” featuring lead vocal by Kimberly Davis of Chic, with guitars by the one and only Nile Rodgers. All three were on hand for the Norwalk video shoot, directed by Patricia Nieto.

Kenny Cash with Nile Rodgers at Factory Underground Studio

The video features the Factory Underground control room, where Rodgers is seen playing guitar, while Davis sings in the vocal booth, with Moran manning the production desk. Other clips show the trio in walking in Downtown Norwalk, and entering the studio arm in arm.

“I’ve heard about Factory Underground for a long time, and was always interested to see what was happening here.” said Nile Rodgers about the Factory Underground.

Nile Rodgers, founder of the group Chic, who has penned top-charting songs as “Le Freak," "I Want Your Love" and "Good Times,” has produced “Who’s Who” list of artists such as Madonna, David Bowie, Sister Sledge, and Daft Punk. The repertoire of songs he has worked on over the years include Bowie’s “Just Dance”, Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” and “Material Girl”, Sister Sledge’s “We are Family”, Diana Ross’s “Upside Down”, Adam Lambert’s “Lay Me Down” and Daft Punk’s “Up All Night To Get Lucky.”

Moran and Davis were thrilled to have Rodgers perform on the track and appear in the video. Kimberly Davis told, “No sane music artist would deny Nile being a part of their project." Where Tony Moran added, “Nile is a true inspiration to the world in his ability to create and shape musical genres.”

Nile Rodgers shows his Fender Telecaster heard on Daft Punk "Up All Night to Get Lucky"